Before the recent investigation by the local prosecutors, the other probes included a grand jury and then the justice department of President Barack Obama's administration.
Law enforcement must not be managed by policies and procedures that are compromises between agencies and unions.
In a new book, Thomas Jackson, the former police chief of Ferguson,writes that the Department of Justice's scathing report about his department was biased and wrong.
The online hackers said they will publish their list on Thursday.
The new judge's decision came in the wake of the fatal police shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown last August.
More than three dozen news organizations are asking Ferguson officials to drop criminal charges brought against two reporters.
When a violent encounter occurs, the police may lack the experience to defuse it and resort to deadly force.
Police arrested at least 23 people late Monday night.
About 50 people reportedly were taken into custody outside the St. Louis federal courthouse.
Harris was charged on four counts, including "assault on law enforcement," after a gunfire exchange on the anniversary of the shooting of Michael Brown.
Officials issued a state of emergency Monday in St. Louis County.
One man was shot Sunday night after a peaceful weekend of street protests to remember the black teenager.
A man who opened fire on police was wounded in an ensuing gun battle with officers, after a day of peaceful rallies commemorating Michael Brown's death turned violent.
Shooting of Michael Brown thrust the St. Louis suburb into the national spotlight.
The councilman reportedly claimed DOJ draft proposals for police and court reform would bankrupt the city.
President Obama has vowed to demilitarize police. Get ready for a long war.
Jeffrey L. Williams, 20, has admitted to firing the shots that wounded the officers.
Two police officers shot yesterday during demonstration as Obama says 'criminals' must be brought to justice
The conditions of the officers is not known but they are both conscious and at a local hospital.
The U.S. Justice Department is about to close the investigation into the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, and clear the white police officer involved of any civil rights charges, The New York Times reported on Wednesday.
A U.S. police officer shot and killed a black man after he pointed a loaded pistol at him.
Staffers in Washington DC joined the protests over police killings of two black men